How to Capture Full Page Screenshots of Web Pages in iOS
Do you know how to capture Scrolling Screenshots or full web page screenshot on iOS? If you don’t keep reading. Capturing full-page screenshot ion easy on Android. Several custom ROMs support this natively and there are several third-party tools that let you capture a full-page screenshot on Android. But how to do this in iOS?
Apple added the ability to capture a full-page screenshot of web pages in iOS 13. So, you need an iOS device running on iOS 13 for using this feature. It also only works with the Safari browser for now. So, you need to use Safari for capturing full web page screenshots.
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Capture Full Page Screenshots of Websites in iOS
Open the Safari web browser on your iOS device and then navigate to the web page that you want to capture.
Now capture the screenshot normally as you do on iOS. Press the Power button and the Volume Up button simultaneously on newer models that lack TouchID. Use the Power button and Home button at the same time on older models with TouchID.
After it captures the screenshot, it will show the thumbnail of the screenshot at the bottom left corner. Tap on thumbnail for editing options.
On the editing page, you will see an option for “Full Page”. Tap on it and then tap on “Done”.
Then tap on “Save to Files” and it will save the full page screenshot on Files in PDF format.
You can also share this screenshot using share menu or top macOS using AirDop.
Now you know how to capture a full-page screenshot of a web page in iOS. Unfortunately, this feature is limited to Safari but hopefully it will support other apps in the coming months.
If you find any issue in capturing a full-page screenshot, let me know using the comments section below.